Times Tables Warp
Developer: Tinman Learning
Current Version: 1.0.4
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 36.6 MB - Download
Times Tables Warp facilitates teaching multiplication facts 0-12.
Parents/Teachers, you can relax now and let Times Tables Warp help teach multiplication facts 0-12 in an exciting 3D environment. Learn your times facts and have fun too as you blast asteroids and fly on your cyberboard gliding through a virtual environment.
With an entertaining review first, Times Tables Warp teaches as well as tests multiplication facts 0-12. The learning of times tables facts is a critical step in learning advanced math processes, and that makes Times Tables Warp a very big, but very affordable investment in your child's future.
A new version is in the works with additional features which will be available to everyone via always free updates.
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Characters are now fully animated.
Most Helpful Reviews
awsome - this game is super fun! I really love it! yes it is 3D and yes it is not just endless math drills so it will inspire kids everywhere for a love of math.
i would rather go to 2d - First my Son played it and he said its the most boring game hes ever played all you do fly and shoot NOTHING ELSE!!! i know educational but its supposed to fun too well it not its the most boring game ever my Son said. So don't waste your time with this stuff just go back to 2d or on a paper its way better then this.
More Reviews for Current Version
Helped a Lot- thank you - I teach third grade students this year. The students use this game the day before a timed multiplication facts test. We installed this game on all of the computers throughout the school. It has helped facilitate teaching multiplication facts in grades 3,4 and 5. Learning or teaching 100+ multiplication facts is hard work, and this game had made that work easier for parents, teachers, and students. We also installed the iPad version of this game on all of the iPads throughout the school. Is this game Mario Kart? No, but it is one of the most effective games that I have found that tackles such a challenging teaching task. The best way to use it with your students or your own children at home, is to just select the multiplication facts that will be tested the next day and focus on just that level. There is a review before each test, and children are not punished when they get the wrong answer. They are instead asked to try again. In this way, a student cannot finish a level without getting each answer right. The fame focuses on teaching more than testing. Believe me, the students get enough testing at school. Get it. (I do wish there was a progress report for each student.)